Posted by SecurityDealerInc on 10th Jul 2015
3D-NR (3-Dimensional Noise Reduction): It removes noise from video signal thus making images clearer and reducing video file size.
AES (Automatic Electronic Shutter): Measures the present scene illumination and then determines the overall video brightness.
AGC (Automatic Gain Control): When light level falls below a usable threshold AGS boosts and sets in motion the signal in order to retain usable illumination.
ATR (Adaptive Tone Reproduction): Improves the contrast of picture where gradation has been lost.
BLC (Backlight Compensation): Allows for the camera to adjust the exposure of the image to properly expose the subject in the image.
Flip: Flips the image vertically of top to bottom.
HLC (High Light Compensation): Reduces the brightness of certain strong spots thus improving the overall image.
ICR (Infrared Cutfilter Removal): During the day this filter is moved in front of the cameras sensor in order to block out any infrared light that may cause interference, during the night this filter is moved away.
Mirror: Flips image left-to-right, as if you were looking in a mirror.
OSD (On-Screen Display): In a control panel that allows you to adjust components of display as well as select viewing options.
WDR (Wide Dynamic Range): WDR makes very dark areas lighter and makes very light areas clear.
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